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Evelyn Sander

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Guibas Talk on Computational Geometry
Posted: Jan 25, 2005 9:53 PM
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Dr. Leonidas Guibas, one of the leading researchers in
Computational Geometry, is visiting the University of Minnesota
and the Geometry Center on November 15 and 16.
He is going to give a talk on campus during his visit:
Date: Monday November 15
Time: 2:30 pm
Place: 108 Mechanical Engineering Building
Pre-colloquium reception is at 2:00pm in the 5th floor lounge
of the EE/CS Dept.


Leonidas J. Guibas

Stanford University

The major intellectual contribution of the area of algorithms to
Computer Science as a whole over the past ten years has been the
introduction of the use of randomization as a fundamental tool of
algorithm design. Randomization not only yields some of the
asymptotically most efficient algorithms -- it does so through
algorithms that are amazingly simple and therefore eminently
implementable and practical. In this talk I will explore a number
of different paradigms for developing efficient algorithms in
computational geometry using randomization. Among others, I will
illustrate the techniques of partitioning by random sampling,
randomized incremental construcions, and randomized re-weighing.

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